imageGeorge Flevarakis was born in Athens on the 1st October 1980. He qualified in 2006 from the Medical University of Patras, Greece.
After completing his basic surgical training in Athens Naval Hospital, he continued his Orthopaedic training in the same hospital gaining experience in a wide field of orthopaedic pathologies, trauma and surgeries (open & arthroscopic) until 2008.
From 2008 until 2011 he continued his residency training at the Musculoskeletal Tumour Department of Anticancer Hospital “Saint Savvas” in Athens. He was trained and acquired much experience in the complex surgery of musculoskeletal tumors and furthermore in the operations of limb salvage participating in a large number of operations.
From an early stage he focused his training on shoulder and elbow surgery. Between 2011 and 2014 he was trained at the Shoulder Department of General Hospital Asklepieion Voulas acquiring much experience in clinical examination, diagnosis and conservative or surgical treatment of most shoulder pathologies.
He completed his specialist orthopaedic training in 2014 and he successfully passed the relevant examinations acquiring the title of Orthopaedic Surgeon.
He continued his training in shoulder and elbow surgery as a clinical fellow at the Shoulder and Elbow Department of The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals in the UK for 1,5 year, under the supervision of Professor Simon Frostick working with the renowned Surgeons of the Department. During this post he had had the opportunity to undertake a large volume of surgery including arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgery, arthroplasty surgery to the shoulder and elbow, trauma cases, major reconstruction of the upper arm and other complex reconstructive work.
On return to Greece in 2016 he started his private practice in Voula (Athens) and currently he works as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Metropolitan General Hospital.
Mr Flevarakis has specialist experience in the area of the shoulder and elbow surgery. His aim is to provide a personalised service with treatment focused on the individual’s needs and expectations. He maintains close relations with the treating therapists in order to maximize coordination of care and outcomes.